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Posts Tagged ‘Olas’

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The Big List: 20 Wave Pool Technologies and How They Work

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How Do Wave Pools Work? There are several wave pool technologies on the market today that create surf with plows, paddles, levers, plungers and pneumatic systems. These devices are controlled by sophisticated software and motors. When activated in sequence they displace water to produce waves in the desired height or shape. Wave Technology Companies Today Include: The Kelly Slater Wave

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Olas unveils footage of new test tank in Ecuador

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Olas, an Ecuador-based company, unveiled a new test tank this week just ahead of more announcements for the company. The clip features slow-motion test waves set to soothing classical music. The wave-making system uses technology first developed in 2009 by British award-winning physicist and passionate surfer John Baxendale. After several years of research and development, in 2014 Baxendale patented his

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How Ecaudor’s Olas wave pool system works

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Olas Olas uses a stacking module system similar to Cove wave-generation with differences on the patent-level of things. Powered by what they call their Wave-Master system, it has no compressed-air, hydraulics or pneumatics. The first waves for this system began in 2009 when a British physicist named John Baxendale unveiled his new wave-making system through a “Search for the Perfect

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Mile-and-a-half-high wave pool on the equator? Yes it’s happening

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Olas, an Ecuador-based company announced this week they have funded the last phase of their full-size flume test and will begin construction on a full-scale wave pool. The project joins a handful of other wave pools from different technologies planned for South America. But several factors set Olas apart from other global ventures at the moment. For one, it will

Olas, an Ecuador-based company announced this week they have funded the last phase of their full-size flume test and will ...Continue ›